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José Valim authored 2019-11-03 17:24 . Clarify release instructions

Release process

Shipping a new version

  1. Ensure you are running on the oldest supported Erlang version

  2. Update version in /VERSION

  3. Ensure /CHANGELOG.md is updated, versioned and add the current date

  4. Update "Compatibility and Deprecations" if a new OTP version is supported

  5. Commit changes above with title "Release vVERSION" and generate a new tag

  6. Run make clean test to ensure all tests pass from scratch and the CI is green

  7. Recompile an existing project (for example, Ecto) to ensure manifests can be upgraded

  8. Push branch and the new tag

  9. Publish new zips with make zips, upload Precompiled.zip and Docs.zip to GitHub Releases, and include SHAs+CHANGELOG

  10. Add the release to elixir.csv (all releases), update erlang.csv to the precompiled OTP version, and _data/elixir-versions.yml (except for RCs) files in elixir-lang/elixir-lang.github.com

  11. Send an e-mail to elixir-lang-ann@googlegroups.com with title "Elixir vVERSION released". The body should be a link to the Release page on GitHub and the checksums. If it is a security release, prefix the title with the [security] tag

Creating a new vMAJOR.MINOR branch

In the new branch

  1. Set CANONICAL= in /Makefile

  2. Update tables in /SECURITY.md and "Compatibility and Deprecations"

  3. Commit "Prepare vMAJOR.MINOR for release"

Back in master

  1. Bump /VERSION file

  2. Start new /CHANGELOG.md

  3. Update tables in /SECURITY.md in "Compatibility and Deprecations"

  4. Commit "Start vMAJOR.MINOR+1"

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